Support Causes in Your Community with the Aviva Community Fund

This post brought to you by Aviva Community Fund. All opinions are 100% mine.

Aviva 2I love causes that support community initiatives. While there are many amazing national charities doing great work, I feel that remembering the smaller local causes is just as important. That’s one of the reasons that I’ve always been a huge fan of the Aviva Community Fund. This program is designed to support the local causes that are important to Canadians and by voting for ideas in your community, your favourite cause could get the funding it needs to become a reality!

The process is simple. After a quick registration process, you simply choose the ideas that are important to you and click the “Vote Now” button on your favourite ideas. You can cast up to fifteen votes during each of the initial qualifying rounds of the program and another fifteen votes during the semi-finals.

Aviva 1 You can vote for an idea once a day and can support as many ideas as you like with the votes you have, so make sure you’re choosing the causes you really are passionate about! And to make voting even easier, you can now vote directly through the Facebook voting app on the Aviva Facebok Page too! And don't forget to Like Aviva Community Fund on Facebook and Follow @Aviva to learn about the newest submissions!

The reason I find this charitable initiative so fantastic is that it allows any worthy organization to present an idea that could benefit their community and with the support of friends and family, those ideas just may come to fruition! So check out the nominated projects for yourself and vote for your favourite idea submitted to the Aviva Community Fund. Just imagine how great it would feel to see one of these worthy ideas become a reality thanks to your help!

3 thoughts on “Support Causes in Your Community with the Aviva Community Fund”

    1. It really is! I’ve voted for a few of these initiatives before; it’s fun to be able to show support for causes that are relevant to my community. :)

      1. i think I need to read it more closely, as I’m unsure how the votes translate into support ($$) for the causes. as well i wonder if they’ll suffer from a crowding out of ideas & initiatives if the idea gains popularity.

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